Newpaper Atricle Critique
National Gallery of Art in Washington in I. M. Pei's East Building is celebrating its 25th anniversary by taking down "Woman," the Mir&oacute; tapestry that has always been displayed at this museum, and put up "Color Panels for a Large Wall," an artwork of 18 rectangular toneless canvases by Ellsworth Kelly. The problem here is the fact that this it the first time any other artists' work besides, Miro, will be on display. One must wonder how this will affect the museum and its viewers.
Location and display are a big part of the feeling viewers get from a museum, however, the art i…
- a critique of two articles, and an essay on why parents abduct
- Critique Essay: Cosmetic Surgery and Individual Identity
- Newpaper Atricle Critique
E-pasta adrese, uz kuru nosūtīt darba saiti:
Saite uz darbu: